The Dogo Argentino is low-maintenance and requires little grooming. It should be brushed every few weeks to remove dirt, dandruff and loose hairs and keep its coat looking brilliant and fresh. A rubber curry comb can enhance the health and shine of the dog’s coat. This breed doesn’t need frequent baths. When they are bathed, owners should use shampoos formulated for sensitive skin. The Dogo’s nails grow rather quickly and should be clipped regularly, starting at a young age so that the process doesn’t turn into a struggle when the dog is older and larger. Grooming a dog provides a great chance to inspect its coat and skin for injuries, inflammation, irritation or infection. For example, if an owner notices a foul smell when cleaning his dog’s ears, the dog may have a fungal, yeast or bacterial ear infection. Fleas, tics and other external parasites can be found during routine brushing, and then treated appropriately.Dogo Argentino – Wikimedia commonsRegular brushing with a soft toothbrush and vet-approved doggie toothpaste keep the teeth and gums healthy. It is essential to introduce grooming to the Dogo when he is very young so he learns to accept the handling and fuss peacefully.
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